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... Angeles will be similar to that of New York. Every passenger and crew member must be processed, irrespective of whether they intend to go ashore or not. In New York we were told it would take about three hours, but it took five. Whether it's three or five hours it's a fair chunk out of 10 hours in port. Is there a more paranoid nation than the USA? I went back to bed this afternoon for a few hours and as the day has progressed ...
... audio guide in English was available.
The building swoops down a hillside moving you down from the earlest history to the last stages of pre-Hispanic development. And many of the artefacts are breathaking in their beauty, in the miracle of their preservation (life-size pottery models of gods etc) and in the excellence of the preservation.
So that's it for this posting - a museum to be celebrated and lots of photos of exhibits.
... hanging out with other crew we knew in El Tunco then Lisa and I went and stayed in El Zonte for 5 nights to chill out and to be right in front of a good waves. I surfed it everyday, twice a day and Dan, Steph and Bec (Steph's friend) came out and joined us for one of them, relaxing in the pool while Dan and I surfed. We ate super healthy again and did a bit of yoga which made for a great 5 days. We treated ourselves to a fancy dinner at this ...
... where we are asked a few questions about carrying fruit. Then they asked if I had any beer and I answered, of course, the inspectors laughed, charged me 20P and said pull forward where the underside of the X got sprayed for bugs. This is supposed to protect Baja Sur from pests found in Baja Norte. I think it's just to collect a few Pesos, they could be just spraying water. We found a Sadie friendly motel and settled in to watch The Denver ...
... s place where we stay until returning to USA.
The drive through the desert was remarkable, the recent rains transformed this dry arid place to the most beautiful green plains and mountains. Many of the Cactus were flowering and the colours were amazing.
We had many military stops and each time they searched our car the military guy would smile and comment on Gary's supply of Bourbon and beer.
Luckily no dramas. ...